The Class 10 semester exam is scheduled to begin in the winter zone on Tuesday. While the Class 12 exam is scheduled to end on September 22, the private student enrollment exam will conclude a day earlier.
Schools in the snow-covered areas of Kashmir and parts of Jammu fall into the category of winter zone, while the rest of the areas that fall in Jammu province are covered by the summer zone.
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“To ensure the safety of students who physically participated in board examinations for the first time in two years after the coronavirus outbreak, authorities decided to search the RAT of all students and supervisors before allowing them to enter the meeting rooms. exams, “Nodal said. Covid control room officer, Rana Arif told PTI.
A total of 126 students, including 52 girls, appeared in the first article of the education subject in different centers established in government upper secondary schools for girls and boys, and their RAT report came back negative, Arif said.
He said a total of 2,274 private students will sit for Class 12 exams across the Doda district. Among them, 1,138 are enrolled in the Bhaderwah additional district.
Similarly, 1,190 private students are participating in the Class 10 semester exam and 417 of them are in Bhaderwah, he said, adding that 96 exam centers have been established to ensure the smooth taking of the exam in the district with a focus in social distancing. and appropriate Covid behavior.
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic last year forced the suspension of physical classes and exams in all JK schools. However, the studies and the exam continued through virtual mode.
After aggressive vaccination campaigns and strict implementation of all SOPs that resulted in containing the spread of the pandemic to a great extent, the administration allowed JKBOSE to conduct semester exams of students in classes 10 and 12.
Nodal (Exam) Officer Aarif Haleem Khateeb said the Bhaderwah District Additional Administration decided to conduct the RAT of all students in addition to ensuring appropriate Covid behavior in exam rooms for the safety of students and proctors.
“All students cooperated and happily volunteered for the necessary RAT. We are pleased to report that all students tested negative on the RAT and appeared on the test in a safe environment without any stress or fear of infection,” he said the official. said.
The students also expressed their joy at taking the exam offline amid all the necessary measures.
“We feel very good after returning to our school to physically appear for exams. We terribly miss our school environment and we are grateful to the authorities for allowing us to return to our institute,” said Sangeeta Bhagat, student in class 12. PTI CORR TAS AB AQS AQS